The Ambazonian Coalition Team dubbed ACT has applauded a recent decision taken by the government of the United States to impose visa restrictions on individuals who undermine initiatives to end the crisis in Cameroon’s Northwest and Southwest regions.
In a letter penned on June 15, 2021 ACT lauded on the decision made public by the United States Secretary of States, Anthony Blinken, but added that more stringent sanctions were needed to force the Government in Yaoundé into working towards the ending of the Anglophone Crises by extending the sanctions to family members.
“We encourage the U.S to extend such restrictions to family members and to lobby American allies to impose similar restrictions as well as sanctions, including travel bans, asset freezes, arms, economic and financial embargoes and other initiatives to isolate Biya regime and it’s sponsors…,” they proposed.
The Ambazonian Coalition Team has also called on the United Nations to evoke the principle of responsibility to protect by deploying United Nations peacekeepers to the Anglophone regions to patrol a buffer zone between waring parties, which according to them will prevent Cameroonian soldiers from carrying out atrocities in the regions.
The ACT also expresses it readiness to meet with the Cameroonian Government at a possible dialogue table without any preconditions to seek for long lasting solutions to end the carnage ongoing in the Anglophone regions.